You have the right to dispute incomplete or inaccurate information in any consumer report prepared about you by a consumer reporting agency (CRA) including credit reporting agencies (credit bureaus) and specialty agencies (check writing history, medical records, rental history).Read More
Yes, tenant screening companies can interview people who know you, such as neighbors, former employers or landlords.Read More
In California, can a background check reveal information about my workers’ compensation claim history?
Yes, it can. When an employee’s claim goes through the state system or the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB), the case becomes public record. Read More
A former employer can say anything truthful about your performance. However, most employers have a policy to only confirm dates of employment, final salary and other limited information.Read More